This semester, the Lake Erie College Sustainability Committee (LECSC) will present its second free, public Speaker Series, featuring three nature experts from government agencies and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Each lecture will take place in the Austin Hall of Science’s Dickinson Lecture Hall at 7:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month, Feb., March, and Apr. 2018.
The series begins on Feb. 6, when attendees will hear from Conservation Project Manager George Warnock of the Western Reserve Land Conservancy. He will present “The Grand River: In a Class of Its Own.”
On March 6, Matthew Smith, regional manager of Ohio scenic rivers at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, will speak about “Northeast Ohio Scenic Rivers.”
The series’ final speaker, Jim Bissell, is the director of natural areas at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Taking place on Apr. 3, his lecture is titled “Thirty Years of Change… The Lake Erie Wetlands Landscape.”
No registration is required.
For more information about this series or the LEC Sustainability Committee, contact Assistant Professor Al Fazenbaker or Justin Levine. Stay up-to-date via email and posts on the committee’s Facebook page and other social media sites. The committee invites faculty, staff and students to attend meetings, suggest projects, show up for on- and off-campus events, and serve on project-specific sub-committees.Back To News